Knowledge workers are highly paid, providing a high return on investment for improved intranet usability. Knowledge workers also demand the best support tools, and so will tend to push for better intranets.
Through detailed case studies, this 986-page report catches you up on the trends and challenges of past winning intranets from consulting companies, design agencies, publishers, pharmaceutical and biotech, and other research-driven or knowledge-focused organizations.
The showcased intranets were chosen based on expert review of the design and usability of hundreds of nominated intranets, reprinted from the Intranet Design Annuals 2001-2014.
- 30 case studies of best in class intranets from knowledge-intensive organizations
- Review of the design patterns that contribute to the winning intranets’ success and tips on how to incorporate them onto your intranet
- Information on the methods and technologies used to achieve their vision in an organization's framework
- 554 full-color screenshots of before and after designs, usually hidden behind a firewall